EQUINE RE-HOMING APPLICATION

Please complete all sections of this form to the best of your ability.

Title

First Name

Last Name

Address

County

Postcode

Email

Home Phone Number

Mobile Number

About You

In order to help us find a suitable equine please could you tell us some information about you;

Equine Experience

Have you had experience with the type of horse/s you are applying for? (Yes/No)

If Yes please specify:

What is your Experience Level?

Hacking

Schooling

Jumping

Are you competent at lunging?

Are you competent at long reining?

When did you last do this activity?

Rider Details

To apply for a ridden horse we need the details of the main rider. If more than one person will be riding the horse please let us know their details in the box below titled 'Additional Rider Details'.

Rider Name

Rider Age

Rider Weight

Rider Height

Additional Rider Details

Type of Equine Requested

Name of Equine/s (if known)

Are you interested in:

What type of equine are you Interested in:

What gender are you interested in:

Do you have a height Preference?

Do you have an age preference?

Ridden Equine

Are you looking for a riding horse?

If you are looking to adopt/foster an equine as a companion only please move onto the next part.

Daily Hacking

Light Hacking

Pony Club

Riding Club

Dressage

Eventing

Show Jumping

Showing

Endurance

Companion Equine

What Is Your Reason For Wanting A Companion Equine?

To provide company to an existing equine

To provide company to an old or retired equine

To provide company to a youngster

To give an equine a home with existing equines

As a pet

What would you like to do with your companion?

In hand showing

Therapy

Field Companion to another equine

Natural horsemanship /Groundwork

Other (please Specify)

I have experience of nervous/less handled equines and can confidently continue their education in a companion capacity.

I am seeking a pony/horse who knows the basics such as picking up feet, being caught and dealing with dentist/vet visits and can continue to positively educate with regard to handling.

I am looking for an equine that is easy to do and generally good to handle.

I am looking for an equine that is suitable for families/children.

Your Facilities and Grazing

Will the horse/pony be stabled at your home address?

If not, what address will the horse/pony be stabled at?

What type of Address will the horse/pony be homed to?

Private, Livery, Riding School, Working Farm

What is the total number of horses kept on the land? *

Is Daily Turnout Available?

What kind of grass free turnout is available?

For example, sand paddock, woodchip, corral, other? Please specify.

How often would your horse/pony be turned out and for how long?

Are they turned out singly or in groups?

Please give as much detail as possible.

Will The Equine Be Left On Its Own?

  1. Never Left

  2. Occassionally - Whilst other equine is being Exercised

  3. Occassionally - For longer periods whilst other equine is at events

  4. Regularly - for short periods

  5. Regularly - For longer periods (events or other equine is stabled)

Can the Equine see any other equines when it's in the field alone?

How Much Grazing Is Available?

How Best Describes Your Grazing?

  1. Suitable for Laminitics/Good Doers

  2. Average Grazing

  3. Lush Grazing

  4. Access to Conserved Forage (Hay/Haylage)

Do you have a stable for the new horse?

What Shelter Is Available?

  1. Natural Hedging

  2. Field Shelter

  3. Stable

  4. Barn

What Type Of Fencing Encloses The Fields?

  1. Post & Rail

  2. Electric Fencing

  3. Stock Fencing

  4. Barbed Wire

  5. Other (please specify)

How Would You Restrict Grazing If Required?

  1. Strip Grazing

  2. Grazing Muzzle

  3. Periods of Stabling

  4. Other (please Specify)

How Do You Control Poisonous Plants?

  1. Spraying

  2. Physical Removal

  3. Other (please specify)